Parent and Child
Itʼs a Family Adventure in Your Own Home
A transformative experience created for the parent and child looking to grow together.
The parent and child relationship can be challenging. COVID19 has challenged us in ways we could never have predicted. If you’ve had a conversation that ended in yelling or that you left feeling dissatisfied, you’re not alone. Finding the unique communication and relationship building style with your child can feel insurmountable at times, especially as they are quickly developing their skills. Everything you do is in service of your child’s greatest good, but that doesn’t always come through.
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Father/son and Mother/daughter
What if we told you that a breakthrough to a more fulfilling relationship is right around the corner?
Your family can achieve relationships grounded in respect, boundaries, and open communication. At the Wright Foundation, hundreds of families have come to us, exasperated, because they cannot seem to relate effectively with each other, leading to frustration on both sides. We saw this happen so many times we decided to create a weekend-long experience designed to bring parents together to co-voyage in the wild and complex adventure of parenting while simultaneously providing cutting-edge social and emotional leadership training for the kids.
Who is this training for?
It’s for parents with kids between 5-12 seeking to grow their relationship with their child by understanding their unique communication and developmental needs while digging deeper into their own personal development in the process.
Mother of two
"I was amazed at the effectiveness of this online training. It was a wonderful mix of online group time to talk, plan and learn and independent time with parent and child. The independent time was a planned activity that was fun and engaging. Our weekend would not have been as conscious."
Do any of these sound familiar?
• I am frustrated with my child(ren) more often than I would like to be.
• I find it easier to relate to one child over another.
• Parenting was already challenging but the pandemic has me at the end of my rope.
• I have read/listened to so much parenting advice, but can't seem to put it into action.
• My heart breaks when I see my child struggling socially/academically and I just want to make it better for them.
• I am a single parent and the added responsibility to be two parents is endlessly overwhelming.
• I am craving a support system beyond my nuclear family.
If you said YES to any of the above, this training is for you.
What will you walk away with?
Six year old participant
"I learned how to be an independent young lady and I learned that I am a tough girl inside. I also learned how to be myself."
You begin your adventure at a self-selected launch time between 2:00–4:00 pm CT. For approximately one hour, you immerse in an online adventure complete with characters (played by our teen leaders and parents) who facilitate experiences designed to maximize learning and relationship building. Once done, you have instructions to use what you have learned from your adventure experience to create a meal and work on a project together.
After dinner (between 6:30–7:00 pm CT), we join together in our parent/child configuration (mothers and sons or fathers and daughters on separate Zoom lines for about one hour), build connection as a group, share our collective learns, and set the framework for the weekend.
Kids go to bed.
Parents reconvene online for a facilitated reflection and de-brief of the day’s events to highlight what is working in the relationship and areas you want support to be more satisfied.
End the evening with directions for your breakfast and morning activities with your child.
Plan, prepare, eat, and clean-up breakfast using the three principles provided on Friday. During your morning adventure together you will be visited by leadership team members who will provide support and guidance in maximizing your experience and learning.
As a group, between 9-9:30 am, we share our experiences and what we learned.
Parents meet with Dr. Bob Wright for a powerful group coaching session. Kids are given suggested activities, including some online time and individual time.
Lunch with your child.
After lunch, activities are a combination of facilitated group activity and personal time.
Dinner with your child.
Evening we gather to celebrate and receive certificates and gifts. (about one hour online).
Plan, prepare, eat, and clean-up breakfast using the three principles and all you have learned. During your morning family adventure, leadership team members will visit you to support and provide guidance in maximizing the experience and learning.
As a group, between 9-9:30 am, we come together to share group learns.
Parents meet with Dr. Bob Wright for a powerful group coaching session. Kids are given suggested activities— some online time and individual time.
Celebration and closing.
The Parent Child Weekend
July 16-18, 2021
Immersive • Live • Online
This training will take place:
Friday, July 16
Saturday, July 17
Sunday, July 18
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